Tuesday, March 18, 2014

A Day In The Life

My three sons, AKA Unorganized Hancock, performed for the Skowhegan Maple Fest at the Skowhegan Opera House this past Saturday.

What's that? You thought I only had two sons? Well, we conceived another the weekend before, and put him together like humans do, so he was ready to take the stage this last weekend. We call him "Slim McGillicuddy."

I'm not going to spoil the effect by writing about the performance here today. Just watch the video. It's all in there. I'm even in it, if you look hard enough. No, not that guy. No, not that guy either. I'm that other, other guy.

Donations to our PayPal tip jar for the boys, which you'll find over in the right-hand column, are greatly appreciated. I don't know if you've heard yet, but gasoline costs real money now.

[Update: Many thanks to Phil in Kollyforneea for helping the boys out]
[Up-Update: Many thanks to Robert in Newcastle upon Tyne for his generous ring on the PayPal gong]
[Upper Platte Update: Many thanks to LJ in Nebraska for his donation and encouragement]
[Yet More Up-To-Date: Many thanks to Suzanne from Santa Ana for helping our lads out]
[Saturday Update: Many thanks to an obviously brilliant man named Stuart from South Carolina for helping the boys out]


Sam L. said...

Gas costs money? I just slide my card and move before the bills get to me.

Anonymous said...

Terrific. Really.
Great song to start off with. Drums and vocals amazing new confidence and power.
New guitar whooohooo!!!
Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain

Marieanne said...

Well done! They are terrific.

But who was that shifty-looking character that keep popping his head out?

SippicanCottage said...

Hi Sam.

Sam is my hero.

Hi Dave and Marieanne- Thanks for your kind words.

Not to rain our your parades, but I'm about a foot taller than the fellow watching from behind the curtain.

That's an Epiphone Wildkat he's playing. It's a really nifty rig.

Marieanne said...

Cleanup on aisle 5!

Sam L. said...

Mr. Sippi, you are TOO kind!

Anonymous said...

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Mal said...

Yow, heckuva drum sound going on there!
The guys killed, Sippi. Their musical development is spectacular.
Congrats on a great gig, fellas!

Leslie said...

Loved it.

Dave Altavilla said...

They're magnificent!